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Trouble refreshing OAuth Token

I am using SourceTree and clicking the Refresh OAuth Token.

When I do this, a webpage is opened to Localhost:34106, which (apparently) Sourcetree is supposed to be listening on but refuses (either because of a bug or the browser won't let sourcetree listen with http).

So now what?  

How to I refresh the OAUTH token?

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I hit this issue this morning, and it turns out the issue was with Chrome rather than Sourcetree. This fixed it for me (hopefully it will for others, too):

On the error page, open Chrome Dev Tools (F12), right-click the reload button and select "Empty cache and hard reload". Then go back to Sourcetree and try again.

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